The oldest cat in the world
Rubble, a gorgeous Maine Coon, was given to his owner as a present for turning 20.
The oldest cat in the world passed away at the age of 31.
The cat’s owner said that he had no health issues and that he most likely passed away from old age.
Seeing her pet suffer and pass away was really painful for the owner.
He didn’t have kids, which is why he lived so long.
It was a true delight to spend a lifetime with this adorable cat, the cat’s owner claims.
The owner realized it was likely his final Christmas with them when the cat stopped eating all food and wanted only to sip water.
Sadly, she was accurate. He drastically cut his weight.
The owner claims that when she returned home one day, her husband informed her that the cat had left the route where she regularly walked it but had never returned.
She appeared to have taken the decision to die alone, as cats tend to do.
Since the owner didn’t have any children of her own, the cat served as her child.
Another cat that she owned passed away at the age of 25.
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